Congratulations to the winners of this year’s MPP and MIA master’s thesis poster exhibition.
On 18-19 May, all graduating Master of Public Policy and Master of International Affairs students presented their thesis projects in a poster exhibition. A poster jury awarded prizes for the three best posters, and the winners were presented by MIA and MPP Director Mark Hallerberg.
And the winners are …
- Andrea Gemovic | Leadership by Policy Diffusion: An Assessment of Los Angeles' Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policies | Advisor: Christian Flachsland
- Dinah Schmechel and Rafael Schmuziger Goldzweig | Deciphering the Populist Playbook in 140 Characters: A Cross-Country Analysis of the Patterns of Twitter Use by Populists | Advisor: Andrea Römmele
- Sarah Worthing | Synergising Divergence: How Policy Labs Drive Public Sector Innovation Among Dissimilar Institutional Logics | Advisor: Johanna Mair
Students worked on their theses for the past five months under the supervision of a Hertie School faculty member. The master's thesis is an independent research project in which students apply the theoretical and methodological knowledge acquired in their studies to a practical policy problem relevant to their study programme. One objective of the master's thesis is to make use of the insights the students have gained in their studies for a practical institutional purpose.